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New Oven Project in New Zealand

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    Hi all, my name is Petrus and have had a desire to build a Pizza oven for some years now and I have finally started the project. As our brick barbeque is a feature that must be retained and the Pizza oven has to blend in with the whole look a few hurdles early on to make sure the base is build solid has been done. Our summer is near and and the materials are almost all on site so I will keep a diary and if anyone can point me in the right direction that will be appreciated. I am still at odds what size to go for but that decision will need to be made pretty soon. Can any one help me with that one? We are two and will be using it frequently but we will be hosting plenty of guest over the summer months plus bread making is on the cards.
    Cheers and see how it goes. Petrus